Warm temperatures in late December make some people happy, but it's wreaking havoc on some of Madison's roadways, especially Packers Avenue on the city's north side.
"It's unpleasant. I just drove down it tonight," said David Knowles. "I seems like you're going over a series of speed bumps."
"It's treacherous, and if it gets icy, it's even worse. My car kind of swerved a little bit," said Sommer Espie. "If you're going too fast down it, it will definitely slow you down."
Madison Street's Division Manager Chris Kelley admitted the road is one of the city's worst. He said the pavement is heaving, pushing upward as ice expands underneath.
"Engineering tried to fix it by taking some areas out that were really bad and put in blacktop," Kelley said. "This took care of the pot holes, now it just moves up and down more."
Still, Packers Avenue remains a bumpy ride for drivers.
"I have really bad shocks on my car, so I think my car is going to fall apart," joked Kelley.